Tata’s mischievous plan to grab money from innocent middle class families
Pros : Attractive price tag, nice fuel efficiency, decently powerful, low maintenance cost, much smaller turning radius and good comfortable interiors
Cons : Engine sounds like driving an auto rickshaw, bad exteriors, very small wheels almost of scooter wheel size, not competent enough to handle Indian roads
Three years back Tata’s really excited me with their plan to launch a car which can fit well in everybody’s pocket and will be available at a price close to a lac of rupees. Lakhtakiya car really shocked the world by how a car can be made at this cheap price. The much anticipated expectations are all doomed when the car was first presented for physical review but my wife really liked it a lot and we finally purchased the top end model with a/c however a/c is just for name it works more like a fan. My wife find it very easy to drive in city conditions but the very sound of the car doesn’t impress me, it sounds like I have an auto rickshaw and when I compared its exhaust system with auto rickshaw’s I was shocked to see that they are alike.
I heard about a series of explosions in Nano’s engine and six months back my wife’s car also exploded with she sitting inside, she managed to come out safe gave me a sigh of relief. This is one incident that I can never forget, guys I was on the verge of losing my life and how can we let them play with our lives. Beware!!! If you are using a Tata car you are putting your life in danger and if you are making plans to own one read the reviews and experiences by users. I have only one thing to say to Tata “stop cheating people and putting their life in danger.